Hotel San Carlos

Address: 202 North Central Ave., Phoenix, Central Arizona, Arizona, 85004, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Downtown Phoenix area of Phoenix, is near Orpheum Theater, Symphony Hall and Terrace, Wells Fargo History Museum, and Museo Chicano.
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    Travel Blogs from Phoenix

    Grey and Cloudy!!

    A travel blog entry by glowe on Sep 17, 2014

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    For the last 2 months of checking out the weather it has been 42, 41, or even 40 in Phoenix but today it is about 31 and cloudy! Not fun! The only thing I am grateful for is that there is no hurricane as that would be scary!

    We went down to get our free breakfast we had, complimentary of Trailfinders who we booked the hotel through. It wasn't anything amazing but I love most things free! We got given vouchers which entitled us to a choice of ...

    How Does a Spy Pen Work?

    A travel blog entry by dollarolin44 on Jul 10, 2014

    ... charge from a half-hour about 6 hours with different quantity of factors for instance utilization (video uses more souped up that still photos). 6) To function the mini device, a four-legged switch is soldered using a circuit board buried inside the pen. It connects to a exterior button the user has access to. Once pushed, and contingent upon what combination (twice in succession, held for several seconds, etc), video ...

    On the road again

    A travel blog entry by ldschaub on Apr 22, 2014

    ... London and standing in
    the very long customs line. I may have been in it for over an hour. The family in front of me had a hired car that was threatening to leave them and at the same time there were only 2 to 3 agents checking passports. After the very long customs check, getting my bag checked back in and through security was a breeze. This left plenty of time to grab some food (yay English food...) and found a place ...

    The Traveling Blues

    A travel blog entry by 13thlayer on Dec 28, 2013

    1 photo

    ... rest of the ride. The seats on a bus that drives to Panama City are small. They have 2 rows of seats and a middle aisle on a bus. I counted and they cram 28 seats into it, not counting the 2 fold down seats. So 30 adults and usually kids on laps. Panamanians are usually shorter which means that the fit is not too bad for a lot of them, even with the kids. Any guy my size is uncomfortable when it is crowded. I bet the Michael squishing guy wasn't ...

    Phoenix - Gila River Indian Community - Scottsdale

    A travel blog entry by ben_marshall on Aug 07, 2013

    Having spent the last 2 months trying to cultivate an air of nonchalance about the organisation of this trip, namely through not organising it, I've started to feel like I should be guilty that it's going as well as it is. I'm certainly getting more per hour invested in planning than Hannah, and Phoenix is a prime example.

    My original host told me a few weeks ago that he wouldn't be around that much during my visit. As it happened, Mum brought this up ...